Some larger Douglas retailers extend shopping week...
by Lindsay Moscarello
07:03 PM, Monday, November 30
Post-Thanksgiving shopping deals were not limited to one day only this year. Many retailers which operate in the west metro Atlanta area opened in the late afternoon hours of Thanksgiving Day, lengthening its “Black Friday” sales backwards into Th...

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